Bloomberg Businessweek that the relationship between Google and Samsung had "more distance than I would like in a partnership", so he took a trip to South Korea to establish "a closer, more direct line of communication." That's about all he said. So, Pichai didn't comment on what was talked about, but that meeting was likely the first of many, because that happened back in April of 2013. It wasn't until earlier this month that Samsung began highlighting Google Play content on device homescreens.Of course, Pichai's side of the story leaves plenty of questions. He told
Pichai did talk a bit about Tizen though, and waved away any issues of trouble between Google and Samsung. In his view, the best way to keep Samsung from abandoning Android for Tizen is simply to make Android "the better choice". The implication seems to be that if users prefer Android to Tizen, Samsung will have to stay loyal to Android. That may be true.
source: Bloomberg Businessweek